The ICT Young Artists Academy is a three day intensive music camp for intermediate and advanced violinists and violists. It will take place at Friends University, Riney Fine Arts Center, Monday through Wednesday, July 6 - 8, 2020 from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM. There will be a performance at the end of the final day of camp. The camp is limited to thirty violinists and ten violists. The camp day will include large ensemble playing, masterclasses, private lessons, and topics classes, such as theory, scales, etudes, fiddling, and improv.
The cost of the ICT Young Artists Academy is $125. Print and send in the application with your payment to ICT Young Artists Academy, 5730 Kentford Circle, Wichita, Kansas, 67220 or fill out the application below and make your payment on the payment portal below.
A non-refundable $50 deposit is due at the time of your application; the remaining payment of $75 is due by June 20. Openings are limited; please get your applications in early. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Hal Grossman is currently Associate Professor of Violin at the University of Oregon. He is also on the faculty at the Aria International Summer Academy. He has previously taught at the University of Oklahoma and the Interlochen Arts Academy. He has appeared as concerto soloist with American, European, and Canadian orchestras. He has been concertmaster of several symphonies and has received first prize awards at the International Cleveland Quartet Competition and the National Fischoff Chamber Music Competition.
Mr. Grossman has performance degrees from the University of Michigan and the Eastman School of Music. He is widely known for his violin teaching, performing, and development of The Grossman Method. His workshop “No Pain, All Gain”, a part of The Grossman Method, will be presented at camp. This is a series of stretching exercises geared to relieve pain and tension that musicians experience from the many hours spent playing their instruments daily. More information on this can be found on thegrossmanmethod.com
— Hal Grossman, Violin, The Grossman Method